Remembering Suzanne Biegel: A Remarkable Collaborator and Unforgettable Friend, Forever in our Hearts

By | September 21, 2023

Suzanne Biegel, a collaborator and founding member of the Equality Fund, has passed away. The organization expressed their heartbreak and shared tributes to Biegel, who deeply impacted their work and lives.

Suzanne Biegel, a renowned collaborator, and dear friend, has left us in a state of profound sorrow. The news of her untimely demise yesterday has left a void that will be difficult to fill. As a founding member of the IAC (International Alliance for Capital and Gender), Suzanne played an instrumental role in shaping our lives and work, leaving an indelible impact on all who had the privilege of knowing her.

Born with an innate passion for social justice, Suzanne dedicated her life to championing gender equality and women’s empowerment. Her unwavering commitment to creating a more equitable world led her to establish Catalyst at Large, an initiative aimed at driving capital towards gender equality and women’s leadership. With her vast experience in impact investing and philanthropy, Suzanne became a prominent figure in the field, working tirelessly to bridge the gender financing gap.

Suzanne’s influence extended far beyond her professional achievements. She possessed a remarkable ability to connect with people on a personal level, leaving an imprint on their lives that transcended her work. Her infectious enthusiasm and genuine kindness made her an unforgettable friend and mentor to many.

While the cause of Suzanne’s passing remains unknown at this time, her absence has left a void that will be deeply felt by the countless individuals and organizations she inspired. Tributes have poured in from around the world, with friends, colleagues, and fellow activists sharing stories of her immense generosity, unwavering dedication, and transformative impact.

As we mourn the loss of Suzanne Biegel, we are reminded of the urgency and importance of continuing her incredible work. Her legacy will serve as a guiding light, inspiring future generations to strive for a world where gender equality is not just a dream but a reality. May her soul rest in eternal peace, and may we honor her memory by carrying forward the torch she lit for a more equitable and just society..

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